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California Dreaming

April 19, 2018

…a pathway of social mobility for California students; how countless jobs, technologies and companies can be traced back to UC; and the university giving rise to the birth of the free speech movement. California’s university The University of California was founded on March 23, 1868 on the principle that college…

Math to Make a Difference

October 11, 2022

How’s the stock market doing? Any investment tips? These are questions economists face and fend off all the time. But most don’t study financial matters like these. Most economists are trying to figure out how people change their actions in response to changing circumstances or changing policies.

Convocation Keynote Encourages Students to Recognize Power They Have to Influence Others

October 2, 2014

…that he used to mobilize millions of poor people in India to gain independence: “You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” James Fowler, professor of political science and medical genetics at UC San Diego, told thousands of new freshmen and transfer students gathered at Welcome…

UC San Diego Pedals into Brighter Future

January 25, 2018

…affordable, environmentally friendly and healthy form of personal mobility,” said Gary C. Matthews Vice Chancellor for Resource Management and Planning. “In addition, the initiative helps bring UC San Diego another step closer to achieving carbon neutrality.” Garry MacPherson, Associate Vice Chancellor of Environmental and Building Services gave the opening remarks…

A Space to Play

April 23, 2020

…stay positive, active and healthy during these hard times,” said Mari Chosich, marketing director for Recreation. “The Playground is a place where we can all hang out, be ourselves, learn and play.” Launched on March 25, the Playground is designed by Recreation’s Lauren Lara. It now offers nearly a dozen…

Take 10 With a Triton: Alumnus Jose Perez Shares Why His Heart Belongs to Triton Transit

June 30, 2022

…to people with limited mobility and charter services for campus events, athletic travel and field trips. Perez is energized by recent efforts to secure federal funding for the Voigt Electric Mobility Hub, and looks forward to contributing to the university’s sustainability efforts, “We have an aggressive goal of transitioning Triton…

Coral’s Delayed Reaction to Devastating Effects of an Oil Spill

October 1, 2015

Coral reefs in the Caribbean have been declining for decades, largely as a result of development, overfishing, and disease. An April 2012 oil spill threatened to further harm this fragile ecosystem on the island of Curaçao, as oil blanketed an area roughly the size of thirty soccer fields.

2016 UC San Diego Sustainability Awardees Announced

April 21, 2016

As part of Earth Month at UC San Diego, the Sustainability Office will host the 2016 Sustainability Awards on April 26, 2016. Nine award recipients will be honored at this event for their dedication, advocacy and support for practices and procedures that have contributed to sustainability and renewable energy on…

UC San Diego Launches Comprehensive Mobility Services Powered by Ford-owned Spin and TransLoc

October 26, 2021

Spin, a micromobility provider, and TransLoc, a transportation software solutions company, are combining efforts to deliver and integrate sustainable transportation modes, improving how the university’s 75,000 students, faculty and staff move around campus.

Faculty, Staff and Students Eligible for Velotric E-Bike Discount

October 10, 2023

To promote e-bike ownership and a healthy commute, UC San Diego secured a discount of 15-20% on Velotric’s range of e-bikes for faculty, staff and students with a valid UC San Diego email address. This significant discount will be available through the fall of 2025.

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